Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on March 25, 1952 · Page 7
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PADS EIGHT ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH TUESDAY, MARCH 25, 1952 OUR TV SET Ouf Phlleo Factory-Supir- vited Serviceman rapoif oriy modal, ony moke, ond do the right job ol the rlflhl price 2-1255 RADIO and TELEVISION REPAIR SERVICE 1108 Milton Kond—Alton Rond Telcgrnph Want Ads Greene County Assessors Meet CARROLLTON, Mnrrh 25. -A representative of 1lv> Slale Deport- mont of Agrlculliirr wns spenker nt n meeting of the assessors of fireene county Monday In the four! house. The speakers ex- plnfnerl farm nrrenpe nnd how It wns lo he Ilsled on 1 the books of Ihe assessors. The supplies for the year were distributed at the rlose of the meeting. Honored on Itlrflidny CARROLLTON. - Mrs. n u r n s »mlth nnd her niece, Miss Audrey Hrennan, <\,, shared honors at n )irlhdny dinner Sundny at the liomc of the Inller's parents, Mr ind Mrs. T. Hrennnn. Other quests were: Mr. nnd Mrs. Ores Pnrker and Mrs. D. 0. Kerckhoff ind son, Martin, of St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. William Parker, Oscnr Smith, Hums Smilh, Lyndell Smith, Mrs. Robert: H. Smith, nnd Tommy Hrennan of this c:lly. nirlli of E. Wilson Win* At Cnrrollion CARROI.LTON.--T/SRt. and Mrs. Eugene Graves, who are stationer! it Scott Air Force Hase, are announcing the birth of a daughter Saturday. The baby has been named Kathy, Mrs. Graves Is the 'ormer Marthn Smilh and the baby s the first grandchild of Mr. and VIrs. Hums Smith and Rufus Graves of Ihis city. DISTRICT ELECTION NOTICE FOR BOARD OF EDUCATION Notice Is hereby given Ihnl on Siiturdiiy, tho twelfth (il2lh) dny of April, 1052 mi clod Ion will ho hold at Alton Community (Joiisoli- clntcd School nixtrictl No. 151, County of Madison nnd Stale it! Illinois, /or tho purpose of electing three members of Ihe Bonrd of I'Jdurnl.lon for the full term. That, for sold election snld School District, shnll constitute nine election precincts, nnd the boundaries thereof nnd tho polling plnce for ench shall be as follows: I'KECINCT No. i — Tolling Place, Irving School, 1020 Slnlc street, shnll include all Ihnt portion of School District No. ir>l buginnlnK at the center line of Market Street from the Mississippi River north to the center of TwonllethJStreet; thence west mi Twentieth to the center of Belle Street; thence North on Uellc 1 Street to the center of M"ndison Avenue; thence west on Madison to the center of Stnte Street; thence northwest on State Street to tho center of Hnwloy Avenue; thence west tfn Hnwley through t,ho center of the north drive of Falrmounl to Ihe Mississippi Hlver; thence nlong the Mississippi River to Ihe point of beginning. I'KKCINCT No. 2 — Polling Place, MnKlnlny School, 121 W. Kirn Street, shnll Include till that portion of School District No, 131. beginning nt. the MisxlHslppi River nnd extending oust through the center of the north drive of Knlrmounl. to the point where the corporation line crosses Hnvrlcy Avenue: thence ensl on Mnwley to the center of Stale Strutt; thence southeast nlong Ihe cenler of Stnte Street to Ibe center o£ Madison Avenue; thence east on Madison Avenue to the center of Belle Street; thence south on Belle to the center of Twentieth Street; thence oast to Ihe cenler of tho O. M, & O. Railroad; thence north an the G. M. & O. Rnll- roncl to the center ot St. Joseph Avenue; enst on St. Joseph Avenue and ensl. on tho center ot Cardinal to the Wood River Township line; thence north along the Woad River Township lino to the north boundary of the School District; thence west nlong the northern boundary of the School District to the Mississippi River; thence along the Mississippi River to the point at beginning. ,1'RKCINCT No. 8 — Polling Plnce, Lincoln School, 1021 Alton Street, shnll include all that portion of School District No. 151 beginning at the cenler lino of Market. Street from the Mississippi River north to Ihe cenler of Twentieth Street, thence onsl on Twentieth Street to a point which would intersect thr- northern extension of the center of Lnngdon Streei to the center of Twentieth; thence south on the center of Lnngdon Street to the center of Twelfth Street; them-o ensl on Twelfth Street to the center of Liberty Street; thence south on Liberty Street to Ihe center of Sixth Street; thence west on Sixth Streei to the center of Langdon Street; thence south on Lnngdon Street to the Mississippi River; thence nlong the Mississippi River to the point of be- ! rAiWOLLTON, March 25.—Eric j Wilson of Ihe Presbyterian chtireh j won first plane In the singles table tennis Inter-chitrrth tournnmont Sunday In Ihn public school build- ling hy dofpntlng Ray Shnvv of the Methodist, church. Third plnce, went to Roy Spockhnrd of thei Lutheran church who defeated Mill Smith of |he Christian church. In Ihe girl's singles Miss Kay Ci'duel of the Melhodist church jwon first by defeating Miss Fx>r- jflln Srhoflnld of the Presbyterian j church. Miss Barbara Keele of jllir Hnptlxl church was third plnce I winner. Standings In Ihe Inter-church vents finds the Methodists on top vlth II points. Presbyterian second with six points; Lutheran bird with three points, nnd Bapis! and Chrislian tied for fourth vllh two poinls <*arh. The double table lonnls tournn- nenl will be played April fi In he basement of the Presbyterian •hurch. The table tennis singles for the •ilder men nnd women of the Churches wns played Monday eye- ling In the basement of Ihe Pros- lylerlnn church. Knlcrtnln* nt Dinner CARROLLTQN. Mr. a n-d Mrs. P. Sawyer entertained at dinner Sunday evening nt their home. Juesls were Mr. and Mrs. H.il .nngley and Mr. and Mrs. Phil J ohlrnan of Ihis city. Attend Spring Conference CARROLLTON. W. II. Brown, r., county farm adviser; Lauren Merger, assislant youth advisor: "lohert II. Butler, organization di- •ector for Greene County Farm bureau; Luther Smith, Lynn Meyer nnd Ross Manning went to Springfield Monday where they attended the anntinl spring IAA enders' conference. Speaks nt Club Meeting CARROLLTON.-Mrs. F. L. Tmus of this city wns guest speaker nt n meeting of tho Women's Club of Knne Monday evening nt the mme of Mrs. Wayne Wheeler. VIrs. Tmus, who is a representn- ivo of Ihe S. R. Simpson & Co. store, discussed "Modern Furni- ure." IOOF Meet Held At Carrollton ginning. PRECINCT No Polling I'liirr, WiiHhiiigton School, 171(1 Curdle, Cftrrollton CARROLLTON.-Mni. Alon/.o Price, who Is r-mployrrt in tho insurance offir;r> of J. M. DP- Monbrun, Is III with mumps at hor home. Mrs. T. Hough jr., entertained members of her hrlrlgo club Monday evening at her homo. She wns assisted by Mrs. Kenneth HI link. Miss Bnrbnra Drake, student nt MnrMurrny College, Jacksonville, nnd Robert Mehrhoff, student nt Ihe University of Illinois, spent the weekend here with Mohrhoff's par- mis, Judge nnd Mrs. L. A. Mehrhoff. Mr. nnd Mrs. F.ugene Hrooks of Chieaffo were weekend guests at Ihe home of Hrooks' parents, Mr, and Mrs. Chnrles Hrooks. A marriage license wns issued Saturday by County Clerk Coon rod to William A. Wai ret of Waverly, nnd Miss Ruby Mae Taylor of Roodhouse. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pointer nnd children of Alton, nrid Jirnmie Hubbard of Jerseyville were guests Sundny of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Hub-' bnrd. Mrs, Robert R Smith nnd Mrs. L. W. Hrnnnnn will entertain members of their canasta club Thurs- iday evening at the home of MM. i,Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Daniels, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M. DeMonbrun and family spent Saturday evening in Fosterburf? where they were quests of Mrs. DeMonbrun's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Rebbo. Mrs. Grace Sehutz of Orlnndo, Fla., arrived Sunday and Is assisting In the cnre of her sister-in- law, Mrs. Charles Schutz who returned to her home here Sundny from Jacksonville where she had been ft patient In Norbury Sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Da I lard of Decntur spent Sunday hero with Mallard's mother, Mrs. C. W. Hallard. Lord Fairfax, whose lands In the Shennandonh valley he surveyed In 1748, wns George Washington's first employer. Mount Lassen, In California, which erupted in 1914, is Ihe only volcano active In the United States in recent years. Telegraph Want Ads 'Click 1 '"" Prat Ho town PRAIRIETOWN.-Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Knoche visited with Mrs. Knoche'8 grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Ktwuek in Staunton, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Westhoff and family of Staunton, visited hero with Westhoff's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Westhoff, Sunday. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stiegemeyer of St. Louis spent Sunday visiting with Mr, and Mrs. Edward Uelsmann. William W. Gusewelle and his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and shall'include nil '-hnl portion pf School District. No. 1. r >t beKinniriR nt. the Intersection ol Lnnfidon Street and Twelfth Streei; thence north on the cenler of Lnngdon to n point where nn exlonsion wf the center ot Lunation Slreel Intersects the cenler of Twentieth Street; thence east to the center of the C!. M. & O. Uallrond, thence North nlonn the O. M. & O. Rnilrond to Ihe center of St. Joseph Avenue; thence ensl on St. Joseph Avenue nnd enst on the cenler of Cardinal Street" to the Wood River Township line; thence south nlons the cenler of Rock Springs Drive line lo Ihe cenler of Brown Street; thence nloiiB Brown Street to the center of Pearl Slreel; thence west nnd north along Pearl Streei to the center of Liberty Street; thence north on Liberty to Ihe center of Twelfth Street; thence west on Twelflh Street lo the center of Langdon Streei. PKKOINC'T No. 5 — I'ollliu? I'luee, lluinboldl School, (lib and C'enlrnl Avenues, shall include nil that porli(/n of School District No. 151 beginning at Ihe Mississippi River, thence north nlong the center of Lnngdon Streei to Ihe center of Sixlh Street; thence ensl on Sixth Street to the cenler of Liberty Street; thence north on Liberty Street to Ihe center of Pearl Streei; thence east and south on Pearl Street to the center of Brown Streei; thence east and north on Brown Street to a north nnd south line through the center of Rock Springs Drive; thence south on Ihis Rock Springs Drive line to Ihe Mississippi River; thence along the Mississippi River to n point of beginning. PRKriNOT No. 0 — Tolling Pliioe, Ohmi llnrlon School, -111!' Mali Slreel, shall include all (hat portion ol School District No. 1T>1 beginning nt. the Mississippi Uiver; thence north along n lin< extending through the center ol Rock Springs Drive lo the centei orf Washington Avenue; I hence northeast on Washington Avenue to the cenler of Snnford Avenue; thence south and east on Sanford Avenue to Ihe cenler ot Brookside Avenue; (bonce south on Brookside Avenue to Ihe Mississippi River; thence along Ihe Mississippi River to the point, of beginning. PRECINCT No. 7 — I'olliiiif I'luco, llornco Alumi School, 2708 Kd- wnrds, shnll include all that portion of School District No. 151 beginning nt the intersection of the center of Sanford Avenue and the center of Vistn Avenue; thence north on Vista Avenue to the center of Hilleresl Avenue; northwest on Ilillcresl Avenue to Ihe center erf Knstwood Avenue; thence north on Kastwood Avenue extended to the center of Spaulding Avenue; along Spaulding to the center of Mnyfield Street; thence east on May field Street lo the center of George Street; thence north on Cioerge Slreel to corporation limit; thence along the corporation line to the cenler of Rodgors Avenue: I hence north along Rodgers Avenue to Illinois Slate Roule I III; thence east on Illinois Slate Route 1<10 lo Wood Uiver channel \Vos| branch; (hence | northerly and easterly iilimi; the easlerly boundary line of Ihe i district in the Wood Rivor-Kosifrhurg Township line; thence west! nlong the Wood River-Koslerburg Township line lo Ihe inleisec-j lion of the Wood River Township line: thence south nloni; thei Wood River Township line and a line which extended would he J the center <rf Koet< Springs Drive nnd extended to Ihe inlorsoetion | of the cenler of Washington Avenue; thence northeast on Wash-| Ington Avenue to the center of Sanford Avenue; thence south i nnd east on Sanford Avenue to Ihe center of Vista Avenue. i PRECINCT No. H — Polling Place, Milton School, 3:125 Fornwood shall Include nil thnt portion ot School District No. 151, beginning nt the Mississippi River, thence straight north to the center of Brookside Avenue; continuing north on Rroaksldo Avenue to the center of Sanford Avenue; thence on Snnford Avenue to the center of Vista Avenue; thence north on Vista Avenue to the center of Hillcrest Avenue; northwest on llillcrest Avenue to the center of Eastwood Avenue; thence north on Kastwood extended to the center of Spaulding Avenue nnd along Spaulding to the center of Mnyfield; thence east on Mayfield to the center of George Street; thence "north on George to corporation limit, thence along (he corporation line lo Rodgers Avenue: thence north along the center erf Rorigers Avenue to I be center of Illinois Stole Route MO: thence east on Illinois Stale Route MO to the eastern boundary of the District No, 151; thence south along the boundary line of the District to the Mississippi River: thence west along the River to where n southward extension of the center of Brookside meets the Mississippi River. PRICC'IN'CT No. » — Polling Place, Fosterburg School, R. R. No 1, Alton, shall include nil that portion of School District No. 151, | beginning at the northeast corner of Foster Township No. 6 North, j Range 9 West; thence west along the north line of said Township j to the west boundary line of the present School District No. 151. j Madison County. Illinois; thence in a generally southerlv and east-i erly direction following the west boundary line of said School Dis- j trict No. 151 to Ihe south line of said Foster Township; thence east i along the south line of said Foster Township lo the east line of, said School District No. 151: I hence in a generally northern and > eastern direction, following the east boundary line of said School j District No. 151 lo the point of beginning. | The polls at said election shall be opened at twelve o'clock Noon i and will be closed at seven o'clock P. M. on said day. By order of the Board of Education of Community Consolidated School District Number 151, Madison County. Illinois. All voters will be required to vote in the precinct in which they livt. Dated this 13th day of February. 1052. C. ./. SCHLOSSER. President H. EDWARD MEYER, Secretary. CARROLLTON. March 25.—II. Dean Fra/elle of Moline, state grand master of the IOOF lodge, and David W. Gordon of Springfield, grand secretary of the lodge, were guests of honor at the regional IOOF meeting Saturday cvc- : ning in the local IOOF hnll. Grand Master Fraxclle spoke concerning I he program planned for the year in the IOOF lodges. The initiatory degree was conferred upon two candidates by representatives of the IOOF of Collinsville. There were 25 in a class which look the grand lodge and the past grand'lodge degree. Thirty-one lodges in Districts 75, 78 nnd 79 were represented in the meeting Saturday night. 1'romolcd to CARROLLTON.-J. L. Ridings son of Mrs. Mabel Ridings of this city, has been promoted from corporal to sergeant in the marine corps, according to word received here by his molhor. Ridings is stationed at Camp I.ejeiine, N. C. Smith Family Reunion CARROLLTON, Members of the family of Mr. and Mrs. Hal Smilh singed a reunion Sunday at Ihe Smith home in celebration of the birthday of Hal Smith. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. .fames O'Brien and children of Kasl St. Louis; Mr. and Mrs. William Wade and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wade of Jer- soyvillo; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brooks. Don Reese. Paul Smilh and Glenn Smilh of this city. NATURE'S MOST RICHLY COLORED TREE! New Royal RED MAPLE CROWS ANYWHERE! Wonderful Shade Tree 13 for J'.'i In spring Ihis tree is full "f beautiful scarlet flowers In fall, it's Hie most gorgeously and richly colored tree in all America. The leaves are a brilliant rosy scarlet- brighter than you can imagine! 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